This 1972 Chevrolet Nova likes to be a cool classic with the right
touches of upgrades. It's why you have a desirable color upgrade to
a bit more flair, and the numbers-matching V8 with the right
components for a bit more rumbling appeal. So not only do you have
a value price, but also great upgrades already in place.
The trim tag tells us the Orange Flame is the factory-correct
color, and that's quite important to Chevy fans. It was only
offered in 1972, and it means this car was born to be bold. It's an
attitude that you see throughout the car. In fact, the paint was
updated later in life to a more metallic orange to let it pop in
the sunlight. It makes for the kind of attitude that gets more
attention when it's out for a sunny Sunday drive, and this was
really made to be a driver-quality and driver-ready classic. After
all, those 18-inch Ridler wheels don't just look cool, but they
also let you fit better/grippy tires. And the blackout grille and
polished dual exhaust tips bring a touch of sporty style to this
The interior continues the driver-ready feeling. The full black
package looks good against the exterior orange, and it's all clean
and attractive. You'll even like vintage details that include the
working dome light and wood-like trim inserts in the side panels.
But the real heart of the appeal is how this was upgraded for a
better driver's experience. You have high-back front bucket seats
borrowed from a later Camaro that really know how to hug your body.
There's a Grant GT sports steering wheel, SunPro auxiliary gauge
trio, and Sidewinder shifter.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 307 cubic-inch V8. While
this is the original block, you can also see it has been given the
right upgrades. This includes the full Edelbrock suite with
polished valve covers, a matching air grabber, an upgraded intake,
and a four-barrel carburetor. Plus, everything from the MSD coil to
long tube headers makes for a strong-running and nice-rumbling V8
package. The three-speed automatic transmission, power steering,
and power brakes make for an easy cruiser. There are even some nice
added details like newer front coilovers and an upgraded front disc
brake package with drilled and slotted rotors.
We like this Nova is a sharp-looking and strong-driving car today,
and you just know there are the right components in place if you
want to release a full street machine in the future. So there's a
ton of appeal right now and a ton of potential for even more fun
down the road. That's what makes this well-priced custom Nova so
irresistible. Call today!!!
1972 Chevrolet Nova
Location:Lithia Springs, Georgia
Exterior Color:Orange Metallic
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